Wimbledon Last 16s - Predictions

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Men's Singles

Max MIRNYI vs Jonas BJORKMAN
Paradorn SRICHAPHAN (12) vs Andy RODDICK (5)

Roger FEDERER (4) vs Feliciano LOPEZ
Rainer SCHUETTLER (9) vs Sjeng SCHALKEN (8)

David NALBANDIAN (6) vs TIM HENMAN (10)
Sabastian GROSJEAN (13) vs Juan Carlos FERRERO (3)

Olivier ROCHUS vs Alexander POPP
Mark PHILIPPOUSSIS vs Andre AGASSI (2)

Women's Singles

Serena WILLIAMS (1) vs Elena DEMENTIEVA (15)
Anastasia MYSKINA (10) vs Jennifer CAPRIATI (8)

Justine HENIN-HARDENNE (3) vs Mary PIERCE
Maria SHARAPOVA vs Svetlana KUZNETSOVA (33)

Lindsey DAVENPORT (5) vs Shinobu ASAGOE
Vera ZVONAREVA (16) vs Venus WILLIAMS (4)

Silvia FARINA-ELIA (27) vs Paola SUAREZ
Ai SUGIYAMA (13) vs Kim CLIJSTERS (3)


Pairings represents opponents for next round.

Who do you think will go through ?

One more week of dizzyness to go, and not a single cry of "COME ON" from Lleyton Hewitt to be heard, John McEnroe's voice is quite annoying though, dispite his obvious expertise.

Shame he wasn't commentating on that Greg match !
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My predictions are:


Max MIRNYI vs Jonas BJORKMAN = Bjorkman

Paradorn SRICHAPHAN (12) vs Andy RODDICK (5)
Roddick

Roger FEDERER (4) vs Feliciano LOPEZ
Federer

Rainer SCHUETTLER (9) vs Sjeng SCHALKEN (8)
Schalken

David NALBANDIAN (6) vs TIM HENMAN (10)
NALBANDIAN

Sabastian GROSJEAN (13) vs Juan Carlos FERRERO (3)
Tough one, i go for Ferrero

Olivier ROCHUS vs Alexander POPP
Not sure, go for Popp

Mark PHILIPPOUSSIS vs Andre AGASSI (2)
Agassi

Not interested in Womens tennis
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Would help if I put mine in.

Men's Singles

Max MIRNYI vs Jonas BJORKMAN
Paradorn SRICHAPHAN (12) vs Andy RODDICK (5)

Roger FEDERER (4) vs Feliciano LOPEZ
Rainer SCHUETTLER (9) vs Sjeng SCHALKEN (8)

David NALBANDIAN (6) vs TIM HENMAN (10)
Sabastian GROSJEAN (13) vs Juan Carlos FERRERO (3)

Olivier ROCHUS vs Alexander POPP
Mark PHILIPPOUSSIS vs Andre AGASSI (2)

Women's Singles

Serena WILLIAMS (1) vs Elena DEMENTIEVA (15)
Anastasia MYSKINA (10) vs Jennifer CAPRIATI (8)

Justine HENIN-HARDENNE (3) vs Mary PIERCE
Maria SHARAPOVA vs Svetlana KUZNETSOVA (33)

Lindsey DAVENPORT (5) vs Shinobu ASAGOE
Vera ZVONAREVA (16) vs Venus WILLIAMS (4)

Silvia FARINA-ELIA (27) vs Paola SUAREZ
Ai SUGIYAMA (13) vs Kim CLIJSTERS (3)
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I reckon:

Bjorkman
Roddick (for sure)
Federer
Henman (maybe that's more out of hope, cos he has lost the previous meetings. But I really feel that we do need a British winner, for the sake of British tennis.)
Ferrero
I dunno about the next one, but just to oppose the previous thread, Rochus
Agassi

For the girls, I want that 16 year old Russian to do well. I mean she's surpassed all expectations. There's no reason why she can't do it again.
Venus, Serena, Justine Henin and Capriati will all be up there I reckon.
Tip for the men's title - Roddick or Agassi
Tip for the ladies title - Serena Williams
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Results so far,

Men's Singles

Max MIRNYI vs Jonas BJORKMAN
4-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-7 (4)
Paradorn SRICHAPHAN (12) vs Andy RODDICK (5)
4-6, 6-3, 3-6, 2-6

Roger FEDERER (4) vs Feliciano LOPEZ
7-6 (5), 6-4, 6-4
Rainer SCHUETTLER (9) vs Sjeng SCHALKEN (8)
5-7, 4-6, 5-7

David NALBANDIAN (6) vs TIM HENMAN (10)
2-6, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 3-6
Sabastian GROSJEAN (13) vs Juan Carlos FERRERO (3)

Olivier ROCHUS vs Alexander POPP
5-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2
Mark PHILIPPOUSSIS vs Andre AGASSI (2)
6-3, 2-6, 6-7 (4), 6-3, 6-4

Women's Singles

Serena WILLIAMS (1) vs Elena DEMENTIEVA (15)
6-2, 6-2
Anastasia MYSKINA (10) vs Jennifer CAPRIATI (8)
2-6, 3-6

Justine HENIN-HARDENNE (3) vs Mary PIERCE
6-3, 6-3
Maria SHARAPOVA vs Svetlana KUZNETSOVA (33)
1-6, 6-2, 5-7

Lindsey DAVENPORT (5) vs Shinobu ASAGOE
6-4, 6-1
Vera ZVONAREVA (16) vs Venus WILLIAMS (4)
1-6, 3-6

Silvia FARINA-ELIA (27) vs Paola SUAREZ
7-5, 7-6 (3)
Ai SUGIYAMA (13) vs Kim CLIJSTERS (3)
3-6, 2-6
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Agassi has gone. Roddick must now surely be favourite.
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Originally posted by Xenon
For the girls, I want that 16 year old Russian to do well. I mean she's surpassed all expectations. There's no reason why she can't do it again.
Not now... she's gone too. Good effort though for a 16 year old, she got through some seeds.
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For anyone who is interested you can get 19-1 on Justine Henin-Hardenne to win the ladies and Andy Roddick to win the mens.

I have £20 on them to do it but I ain't too sure about Henin anymore, I should have taken Serena but........
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Doesn't seem a bad deal - Justine hasn't really come up against anyone too difficult to challenge her yet though.

Roddick is on fire, but Bjorkman will not roll over easily in the QF.
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HENMAN THROUGH. 3 sets to 1.
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With Roddicks serve I think Bjorkman might struggle. Although having seen Philipousis play Agassi today, I think he might make a difficult opponent for Roddick later in the tournement.
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What a match it would be b/w Roddick and Philippoussis. Another big servers match. I hope that Roddick would have his game properly on fire unlike today. It's sad that Agassi's out. And told you Henman would come through.
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I know that Roddick has still got a way to play the Scud but I really don't see Bjorkman beating Roddick if Roddick's game is working well, and he's at least sort of on form, or if he pulls the match out of the bag, even if he's not playing brilliantly.
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